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UCSD Pascal

UCSD Pascal A version of Pascal developed at the University of California San Diego, and later marketed by Softech Inc. UCSD Pascal was developed as a portable system to run on a variety of personal computers; this was achieved by compiling into p-code, an interpretive code for a hypothetical machine that could be implemented on many target systems. UCSD Pascal introduced a number of extensions to the language, particularly in the areas of string handling and independent compilation (see interface); it is thus not compatible with the ISO Standard for Pascal. UCSD Pascal has been superseded by Turbo Pascal.

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